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Review of debut album Last Smoke Before The Snowstorm and interview with Benjamin Francis Leftwich

The debut album of York based singer songwriter Benjamin Francis Leftwich is a romantic delight, perfect for a lazy summer's day...

Written by Amelia Gregory

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Benjamin Francis Leftwich by Sam Parr.

He's got a beautiful lilting voice and a way with words that belies his age: meet romantic new singer songwriter Benjamin Francis Leftwich of York. It all started with an invitation from Jo Whiley to play at her Little Noise Session at the Union Chapel back in 2010. Plaudits followed and soon his debut album Last Smoke Before The Snowstorm was being produced by Ian Grimble, tadalafil who has worked with Mumford & Sons. He'll be at a plethora of festivals this summer including Truck Festival and then he's got a headline tour starting in September.

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Music: Interview with Cults

Spontaneous, fear of growing up, adult responsibility and cults - make for a happy mix in the music duo, Cults. Here follows an interview with the private Californians.

Written by Helen Martin

Cults by Gemma Smith Illustration by Gemma Smith Cults are a New York duo with a 60s guitar pop sound. Their debut album is out in May and I can’t […]

Saint Saviour at Bush Hall: Live Review

The former Groove Armada singer wows the crowds with her debut solo show at Bush Hall on Saturday 23rd October 2010.

Written by Richard Pearmain

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An interview with Lupen Crook

Rob Harris caught up with Lupen Crook to discuss his past, the music industry, making the NME's cool list and the influence of religion.

Written by Rob Harris

David Koma by Maria del Carmen Smith. Last Monday’s shows opened with a double whammy from David Koma and Holly Fulton, salve for sale which I shall review in separate […]

New Young Pony Club – Live Review

A tetchy performance from the hype band, though this bodes well for their ability to progress their sound

Written by Laura Nineham

The latest in a series of events from Bad Idea Magazine, illness ‘Future Human’ explores a new topic each month and hosts an evening of discussion and debate at The […]

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Youthmovies is no more, sniff! A solemn (not!) obituary by music contributor Gareth David

Written by Gareth David

Photograph courtesy of Youthmovies For those of you familiar with Youthmovies, information pills I say this: Fiddlesticks! On the 29th of December, they declared their intention to split after a […]

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The Drums: “I Felt Stupid” : Single Review

A piece of sunshine, available now

Written by Georgie Van Kuyk

“To last you need to be real” – Edward G Robinson “This is quite a departure for us as we usually do not exhibit commercial art, website like this but […]